03/25/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

Meet the Candidates of Omaha’s District 4

In-depth profiles of two of the four candidates running for Omaha’s City Council District 4 seat. For coverage of other races, check out The Reader’s 2021 city election hub.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about Omaha Metro Transit launching its MetroNext program, Facebook expanding its data center in Papillion, and U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer eyeing a run for Nebraska governor in 2022. 

See more data on TheReader.com

Around Omaha

Around Nebraska

Reed Moore’s Things To Do On 4/20

Find more on our Things To Do page.

Catch Live Shows

King Iso Presents: The Group Therapy Tour

Given most folks are still wondering, when will live music return to Omaha, this show is one of the most anticipated of the season – and the fact that it falls on 4/20 makes it all the sweeter. This is King Iso & the Group Therapy Tour’s Omaha date, and the results are liable to be electric.

There will be plenty of hometown talents – including King Iso himself. What’s more, The Group Therapy Tour consists of Omaha-based rappers Taebo Tha Truth and Snake Lucci, as well as Indiana’s C-Mob, while seasoned openers include Jay Influential, NEVES, Mumbles, and JBM Empire.

King Iso signed to Tech N9ne’s esteemed Strange Music label at the tail end of 2019, and released his debut album, World War Me, in February 2020. The album came out shortly before the pandemic – so, King Iso & friends are likely very excited to ring in those accomplishments with a stellar show.

You can get a ticket for $20 in advance, $25 at the door, or $50 if you’re interested in the VIP package. You should wear a mask.

The Daily Funny

Subscribe to The Reader Newsletter

Our awesome email newsletter briefing tells you everything you need to know about what’s going on in Omaha. Delivered to your inbox every day at 11:00am.

Become a Supporting Member

Subscribe to thereader.com and become a supporting member to keep locally owned news alive. We need to pay writers, so you can read even more. We won’t waste your time, our news will focus, as it always has, on the stories other media miss and a cultural community — from arts to foods to local independent business — that defines us. Please support your locally-owned news media by becoming a member today.

Leave a comment